U.S. Army. Director George Stevens. As the Allies reached Germany, General Eisenhower ordered George Stevens to film the concentration camps. The camps are filmed and survivors interviewed. This film was evidence at the Nuremburg Trials.
Sorry Reynaldo but this film and this history is never going to go away. Every new generation must learn what was done to these innocent humans. For it to "wear thin" on you says more about you than it does about these films.
Yes, it is good to keep this sort of thing for historical purposes. Nazis killed my relatives, too. Yes, "Never Again." But when you are bombarded with this sort of thing over and over, again, from the crib to the grave, ad nuaseam, the effect wears off. Frankly, I have no more tears left for these people. Life is tough. People of all kinds have been massacred for thousands of years for bad reasons or no reasons. Enough. I'm moving on.